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[b]CORAM, N.Y.[/b] (AP)

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The shirt is irrelevent. Was he DWI or not?

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He looks perfectly normal to me.

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Coram is like the next town over from me. What a moron haha

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Looks like a typical Coram resident to me.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1321640905' post='594462343']
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Did they give him a sobriety test? If not, case closed.

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My guess is that the police DON'T generally give out DUIs willy nilly, or just because a tee-shirt has the word "alcohol".

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With that t-shirt, how could he possibly be unemployed ... :laugh:
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That shirt sure won't help his case any.

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^ Doubt the shirt will make any difference to the case.Judges are a littel smarter than that. :D

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looks like he might have a bit of red-eye going on there....

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The story neglects to mention whether he actually was drunk or not. Retarded journalism!
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probs the local idiot cop.... saw the T-shirt.... " HA! a signed confession!"

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[quote name='nik louch' timestamp='1321871214' post='594466943']
The story neglects to mention whether he actually was drunk or not. Retarded journalism!
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It does say he was charged with DWI. If he was actually drunk or not is up to the courts. Innocent until proven guilty. Chances are, this charge means either he refused to do a breathalyzer, or was actually drunk.

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This is a story from where i live. The cop was actually in route to setup a dwi check point. Yes he was drunk when he crashed

Here is a better story about it.

[url="http://www.newsday.com/long-island/suffolk/cops-drunken-coram-man-hit-patrol-car-1.3328073"]http://www.newsday.com/long-island/suffolk/cops-drunken-coram-man-hit-patrol-car-1.3328073[/url]

"Daly, who was represented by the [url="http://www.newsday.com/topics/Legal_Aid_Society"]Legal Aid Society[/url], pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in First District Court in [url="http://www.newsday.com/topics/Central_Islip%2C_NY"]Central Islip[/url], where prosecutors said a blood-alcohol breath test showed he had a blood-alcohol level of 0.11. The legal limit is 0.08."

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Clifford said Daly told police at the scene, "I tried to stop but I was going too fast for my brakes to stop on the wet road."
He also said Daly told officers that he had two or three beers and "I deserve whatever I get. I was drinking and driving."

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He looks a little whiter than usual :b

Well, if he was drunk and he says he deserves whatever he gets... how come he's pleading not guilty?

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0.11 pfft'.. from three beers?

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[quote]He also said Daly told officers that he had two or three CASES of beers and "I deserve whatever I get. I was drinking and driving."[/quote]


There -- fixed that. :laugh:

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[quote name='StrikedOut' timestamp='1321870520' post='594466931']
^ Doubt the shirt will make any difference to the case.Judges are a littel smarter than that. :D
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You sure about that. :laugh:

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